Sitcom star Joely Fisher has sold her Encino compound
The 4,511-square-foot home, built in 1955 and remodeled in 2005, has city and mountain views.
The Encino compound sold by actress Joely Fisher sits on three-quarters of an acre with a swimming pool and pool house. (Jeff Elson)
Constructed in 1955, then rebuilt in 2005 to incorporate Asian and Craftsman details, the home has 4,511 square feet of living space and city and mountain views, a detached home theater and a lagoon pool with a pool house.
Before Fisher, 42, joined " 'Til Death" in 2006, she had roles on "Desperate Housewives" (2005), "Wild Card" (2003-05) and "Ellen" (1994-98). She starred in the 1999 film "Inspector Gadget."
Fisher, the daughter of actress Connie Stevens and singer Eddie Fisher, is married to cinematographer Christopher Duddy. The couple bought the home because it's a good layout for entertaining and it's private, according to previous Times reports, but listed it because they wanted a larger place for their growing family.
Public records show the property was purchased in 2005 for $3.35 million.
The listing agent was Jordan Cohen of Re/Max Olsen & Associates, Westlake Village, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Diana Lipari of Prudential California Realty, Sherman Oaks, represented the buyer.
He lists to tune of $7.7 million
Producer-composer-musician Tom Rothrock and his wife, Monique, have listed their restored and expanded Hollywood Hills home for $7,749,000.
The couple spent seven years working on the villa, which has more than 6,500 square feet of space and is situated on about a third of an acre to maximize privacy while taking advantage of expansive city, canyon and mountain views.
The glass-sided living room has 18-foot ceilings. Doors and windows throughout the house open electronically. There are six fireplaces, a two-story master bedroom suite, a guesthouse and a pool.
They are selling the four-bedroom, 5 1/2 -bathroom house because they are relocating to England for work, but they have broken ground on another residential project in the Los Angeles area.
Rothrock released his instrumental album "Resonator" in 2007 through his Bong Load record label. As a producer, he has worked with Beck, James Blunt and Badly Drawn Boy, among others. Rothrock has produced, performed or written the music for films including "Collateral" (2004), "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" (2004) and "Shrek 2" (2004).
The Rothrocks purchased the property in 2002 for $1,475,000, according to public records.
Konstantine Valissarakos and Sherri Rogers of Sotheby's International Realty, Los Feliz, have the listing.
Did Bette Davis sleep here?
Screenwriter Tedi Sarafian has put his renovated Normandy-style 1920s home in the Hollywood Hills on the market for $1,749,000.
The ivy-covered two-story has three bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, a formal dining room, a den with a fireplace, beamed ceilings and dark hardwood floors. French doors open to a side terrace and a covered back porch designed for al fresco dining and entertaining.
Sarafian, whose writing credits include "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" (2003), bought the house in 2004 for $1,195,000, according to public records.
The listing agent is Penelope P. Alexitch of Keller Williams Realty's Sunset office.